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action after his mother goes into diabetic shock. plus, we're in for another scorcher today as the heat advisory remains in effect. let's get you to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and meteorologist chris sowers. heat wave number 7. this should be the last day. >> reporter: it should be the last heat wave. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. what a summer this has been, this will be the 45th time this year we hit 90 degrees or higher. i believe it's the 13th time we'll hit 95 or higher. it's been a brutal stretch for us. heat advisory in effect through 7:00 p.m. it's for the entire delaware and lehigh valley with the heat indices up over 100 degrees. we're forecasting a heat index of 103. we're showing 81 in philadelphia. wilmington and millville. cape may, 81. atlantic city, 80. upper 6s for the poconos --
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60s for the poconos, up 70s in the lehigh valley. this is a cloud mass lifting through, there are showers and thunderstorms embedded with this this. all this down here is called the warm sector. it's very hot and soupy with extremely high dewpoints him that will make it feel uncomfortable today. this afternoon, 97 degrees that's good enough to tie the record high set back in 1983. with the humidity it will feel like 102 or 103. look for a combination of sun and clouds, it will stay dry. maybe there's a chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm after midnight tonight. near record highs, oppressive humidity levels, cooler changes arrive next week. we could be in the 70s on thursday and friday him i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a little bit. >> great to hear a cool down on the way. philadelphia school district canceled allh.
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he thic -- athletic events today. >> it's ridiculous, i'm a dog walker, so i'm out all day. >> i can't believe it's still hot out here, i'm hoping for cooler weather. >> everybody is waiting for the cooler weather of fall. a reminders you can find storm tracker 6 live double scan at any time of the day at 6abc.com/weather. new this morning, six people were hurt in a crash overnight near the schuylkill expressway. a car slammed into the back of another car on city avenue near the schuylkill expressway on-ramp of one hit the guardrail, the other ended up on the grass median. the drivers and four passengers were taken to the hospital. none of the injuries are life threatening. a delaware county police officer shot seven tiesms on the
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job has -- times on the job has returned to duty. dann cuellar has the story. >> reporter: in his full -- folcroft police uniform christopher dorman is back on the job. it's remarkable when you consider he was shot seven times back on june 24. >> i'm shot in the face, i'm shot in the face. >> shots fired shots fired. >> reporter: dorman was responding to a routine police officers get everyday someone smoking and selling drugs, and the man had just gotten out of federal prison and no plan of going back. he was shot in the face, four times in the chest, one in the leg. >> this guy dorman is the real
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deal. >> if he wants to go back to work, give it up, i don't want to do it no more after what i've been through. >> it's great to have him back, i can tell you that, he is a good, nice, excellent young man. >> reporter: did you dorman has no apprehension of being back on the street. if anything he was made stronger by all the love and support from his colleagues. >> i don't consider them co-workers they are my brothers abbey sisters. >> reporter: with that officer christopher dorman is back on it is streets of folcroft where he was born and raised working the so-called graveyard shift from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. >> we say welcome back to officer christopher dorman. officers were called in west philadelphia to the 200 block of south millic street
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around 4:30 p.m. once they got to the scene, a woman oapped -- opened the door and the suspect behind her shot at police. she was shot in the arm and ran out of the house and taken to the hospital. several people were inside the home including children. >> we were concerned about the people inside. we had four children inside, i don't know their ages and two adults they were inside. >> reporter: the suspect's mother was inside the home and helped police negotiate with them. when s.w.a.t team members entered they found the suspect shot in the leg. he has been identified as a man in his 20s. he is in the hospital under police custody. we know the name of the woman who tried to run down police officers, she was driving a stolen jeep, when police officers stopped her she tried
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to run them down. avila led them on a chase where she crashed into a police van. no officers were hurt. pennsylvania governor, tom wolf is mourning the loss of his father, bill wolf died at the age of 95. funeral arrangements are pending. a spokesperson said the governor will not take part in the 9/11 observance 67 flight 93. this morning a 7-year-old boy is being called a hero. nora muchanic has his story. >> i remember screaming. >> reporter: 29-year-old christine is a type one diabetic who went into shock when her blood sugar leaves took a dangerous dive. that's when her 7-year-old son aidan called 911. when he couldn't get through he called family and friends and
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dialed 911 again. he said he was scared at the time. >> i am sad that she like died. she need something to make her feel better. >> he unlocked the door and put the dog in the backyard before they arrived, he was very calm. >> reporter: aidan's mom recovered quickly after getting a shot to raise her blood sugar levels. family and friends are applauding his actions. >> it's amazing, he is 7 years old and he is an amazing little boy. >> reporter: to honor the life saving efforts aidan was invited to throw out the first pitch fortunate lakewood blue claws game. >> i was so proud of him, i broke down in tears and crying. >> reporter: aidan learned to call 911 when his late god mother showed him how to do that when an i want happened four
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years ago. that training paid off. >> call 911, when he couldn't get through, he called us and said we need help. >> he is my hero. >> reporter: do you feel you did a good job. >> yeah. >> reporter: aidan doesn't know what all the fuss is about, he is just glad his mom is okay. >> aidan the hero! there's much more to come on "action news" this saturday an unprecedented warning from the u.s. government. we'll tell you why they are saying don't use the galaxy vii cell phone. i'm david murphy with the winner of the "shelter me rescue of the week." you'll be hearing about gordy and some of his friends coming up. >> reporter: a look at the plane states this morning, that's the air mass that's heading our way,
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i'll let you know when it arrives in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> new video shows police officers in maryland saving four people including two infants from the burning car. look at this, when officers got to the scene they say flames were shooting from the car. look at this, they dragged a man from the wreckage and then they realized three others including two babies were trapped in the car.
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thankfully police and firefighters were able to pull everybody out and they survived. dramatic video from illinois, storm chasers capturing video rumbling across southern illinois. thankfully the twisters hit open lands, there were no injuries or damage, quite the impressive scene. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast no tornados here. >> reporter: those are the tornados we like, they disrupt the corn. >> out in the fields. >> reporter: frost back home, we have heat and humidity today. we had record highs yesterday. today we'll get close to record territory if not exceed the record high. another uncomfortable afternoon. we're crystal clear, representing a lot of haze all the moisture that's in the air. double scan live is clear, no pro accept sayings is expected out there today, we need rain we're about 3 inches in a deficit in philadelphia. some areas to the north are higher. we desperately need rain. there's not much of it over the
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next 5 to 7 days. 86 monday, tuesday, 88. keep in mind, the normal is 80 degrees, all of a sudden wednesday happened that started us into heat wave number 7. 95 thursday, 95 yesterday, that was the record high. today we should topple 90 degrees yet again. taking a look at the number of 90 degrees in the city of philadelphia on average we should see 27. the accuweather prediction was for 32, we knew it was going to be a hot summer. we far competed that mark and today will be -- that mark we are up to 45. this follows the pattern we were in a strong el nino over the winter that's why it was so mild. this is what you see during the summer months. 90-degree-plus heat.
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millville, 81. trenton, 79. allentown, 78. poconos 69. poconos looks comfortable, but we flip it over to the dewpoint and we show a dewpoints of 71. there's the scale, that means awful conditions across the lehigh valley and the mountains. you get farther to the south across interior sections of south jersey, the delaware bay region, the state of delaware we're in the terrible category, it's going to stay there all day today. dewpoints bump up slightly 73 to 74 down to 71. that's not much relief. the relief arrives tomorrow. with the cold front you can see that working its way out to sea. all of a sudden the mid 70s are replaced with upper 50s. tomorrow it will feel a whole lot better. satellite and radar, there's the cold front that will push the moisture out to sea. temperatures behind that front. get a load of this. 46 in bismarck where it was snowing across the front range,
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caspar wyoming saw 2 to 6. it's the cooler air mass that's heading this way. it will modify when it gets here, but it will feel better thantsdz stuff. -- than this stuff. hazy, hot and humid, 97 feeling like 100-plus. tomorrow, humidity drops off, it's warm, but temperatures are cooler than what we'll do today. 97 today, feeling like 1 oh, 2. look for a combination of sun and clouds. warm and sticky overnight tonight, 72 outlying suburbs, 76 for center city. after midnight there can be a stray thunderstorm especially north and west of center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll knock ten off tomorrow, 97 today. 87 tomorrow, we'll start out with a lot of the clouds and gradually increase to sunshine as the day wears on. 83 degrees monday, sunny and pleasant. tuesday looks nice, as well. comfortable, warmer, 86. wednesday is another hot one,
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90. a more opponent cold front gets in here thursday, partly sunny, high of 77. friday, partly sunny and pleasant high of 79. that's where we should be for this time of the year. >> i'm hearing this is likely the hat heat wave. >> reporter: i would be stunned if we get into another heat wave after this. i would. >> 9:16 happening today miss america contestants they will be showing off their shoes, the show us your shoes parade steps off on the atlantic city boardwalk at 5:00 p.m. more than 5,000 marchers, 15 floats and 15 marching bands expected to take part ahead of tomorrow's 96th miss america competition. you can see who takes the crown during this 96th miss america competition live from atlantic city right here on 6abc. chris harrison will host the event. it begins at 9:00 p.m. tomorrow night. ♪
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speaking a rare, but urgent safety warning. consumer product safety commission is telling people not to use the samsung 7 note smart phone after the battery is bursting into flames. samsung has dlienldz to issue a -- declined to issue a formal recall. >> the message is, if you're not going to a coordinate with us, we have to go to the consumers and tell them to stop using the phone. >> the warning comes after the federal aviation administration said not to use or charge the galaxy vii in flight. samsung is offering free replacements. from our new jersey
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newsroom, billionaire carl ikahn is seeking to close the trump taj mahal. he wants to winds down table games and disconnect slot machines starting september 26. he says the casino is losing millions of dollars a month. it is scheduled to close october 10. still ahead on "action news," this morning, the eagles and carson wentz prepare for their season opener. plus, a. i. gets emotional during his hole of fame induction ceremony. those stories coming up in sports. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
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what's with them? oh, those two? they're always fighting for attention. there's more to a legendary city than its legends. plan your legendary stay at visitphilly.com with us on this saturday
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morning, 9:22 your time, 81 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse from actually the temple university camera overlooking the center city skyline there. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for heat wave number 7. heat advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. stay high doppler radarred and -- hydrated and be careful in the heat. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys. celebrate pennsylvania coast day on the delaware river and the fairmont water works on the schuylkill river. free shuttle gives visitors access to both locations there will be crafts and face paintings and a whole lot more from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. fill up on seafood on the atlantic city seafood restaurant at bader field albany avenue.
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arrive hungry today from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and tomorrow, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. the eagles are refinding their game plan for the season opener against the browns. carson wentz gets the start for the birds. it's the debut of head coach doug peterson, kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. stay connected with the "action news" sports team. ducis rogers, jamie apody and jeff skeverski will be on twitter to tell us what's happening on the field. alan iverson is i am mortalized in the in the basketball hall of fame. he gave thanks to his coach larry brown and the coach of the 2001 sixers team that made the mba finals. >> once i started listening to
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him the way i was supposed to and coached by him, that's when i became the m.v.p. that's when i became an all star, that's when i made first team all nba. >> an emotional alan iverson thanked all his sixers fans. >> you all let me grow you all let me make my mistakes, never jumped off the bandwagon. >> sharrie williams asked a. i getting into the hall of fame versus m.v.p. you can see her answers on her facebook page. we meet a pup who found her forever home when she was rescue bide a stray by save me in philadelphia. here's david murphy. >> reporter: when christina went to save me animal rescue to look at dogs, her her husband thought
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they were browsing. >> i didn't think we were going through with it. >> i knew i wanted her and loved her right away. >> reporter: it's been true love every since. >> she is very feisty, she is very loving, she wants to be on everyone's lap. >> it makes her happier and it makes me happy, too. >> reporter: save me animal rescue has rescued over 1,000 animals in the past year. >> it's about creating the bond. >> reporter: this is tricksy she needs a forever family. she is calm and curious, she is interested in meeting people. she loves going tore walks. >> casey is an watt roberta vinci rottweiler who was found as a stray in kentucky. dolly and lady bird are playful pitbull pups.
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>> they looking for a family who has lots of stimulation and exercise and training. 9-year-old spirit is a ball of energy. >> this is a dog that will bond to one person. >> reporter: this is beautiful little guy is gordy, 3 years old, found as a stray in philadelphia. he would be perfect for any home. if you're interested any gordy or any of the animals you met today, visit the save me website. if you would like us to share your "shelter me rescue of the week" success stories post a picture to the "fyi philly" facebook page and use the #6abc shelter me. tell us about where you adopted your pets we'll feature your stories on the up coming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. david murphy channel 6 "action news." for terrorists -
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news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., the pennsylvania state trooper who survived an ambush shooting
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is reportedly filing suit. vice president joe biden is making the anniversary of september 11 at the linc. outside we go tracking the forecast with you, chris another hot one in store this weekend. >> reporter: it will feel like the middle of july, unfortunately, high temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 90s. when you factor in the humidity it will feel like triple digit heat. 77 in quakertown. warrington, 79. pottstown, 77. fleetwood 80. center city, 81. levittown, 79 and oxford, 79 degrees. agenda beach, 81. another boards in atlantic city, checking in at 78. here's satellite and radar we'll see sunshine out here today, very similar to yesterday, you get the puffy cumulus clouds building in the afternoon. we should not see any precipitation, we'll stay precipitation free. the next chance of measurable
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moisture comes tomorrow morning or late tonight. there can be a brief passing shower or isolated thunderstorm. that's about it. a lot of us stay dry. if you have the pools open which the weather has been cooperative as far as that is concerned. 4:00 p.m., temperature, 96. look tore a good mix of sun and clouds. speaking of feels like temperature. take a look at how these numbers play out this afternoon. lunchtime it will feel like one hundred degrees. 2:00 p.m., 102. 4:00 p.m., 102. it starts to trail off a little bit. by 8:00 p.m. it's feeling like the low 90s across the viewing area. head down to the jersey shore, ocean temperatures in the mid 70s. 88 degrees on the sand today. warm and sticky before the sea breeze kicks in, that will drop you down to 83 or 84 during the late afternoon hours and 83 and
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84 that's the high for tomorrow. breezy and nice, feeling more comfortable just in time for this. the eagles home opener against the cleveland browns tomorrow afternoon, one perform start time, look for sunny and nice comfortable conditions. 83 degrees that's the kickoff temperature. it will be somewhere around 85 or 86 by the 4th quarter. a little relief is heading this way tomorrow. we have cooler changes ahead in the seven-day forecast. we're back to the 70s by thursday and friday. i'll show you that in the seven day in just a little bit. >> relief and cool, great words. 9:32 we turn to the race for 2016. hillary clinton and donald trump are take a break from campaigning to observe the anniversary of 9/11. >> reporter: hillary clinton off the campaign trail and sitting down with foreign policy experts in new york. >> today our main conversation as you might expect was isis and
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other terrorists threats. >> reporter: donald trump making his case to conservatives in washington. >> a lot of people said i wonder if donald will get the evangelicals. i got the evangelics. >> reporter: russia is making an appearance in the general election. >> everyday that goes by it becomes more and more of a reality television show. it's not a serious presidential campaign. >> reporter: first trump's comments on numbers about vladimir putin. and the stunning appearance on the kremlin backed television network. speaking to larry king trump brushed off the suggestion that russia is trying to influence the u.s. election. >> i think it's unlikely, i think maybe the democrats are putting that out.
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who knows. >> reporter: trump's campaign said he did that rt interview thinking it was for his friend's larry king pod cast and didn't know it was on russian television. it's another bizarre twist in an unpredictable campaign. >> the love that donald trump is showing toward vladimir putin and the russians is giving the republicans angst. >> vice president joe biden will be marking the anniversary of the attacks in philadelphia. he is taking part in a special pregame tribute at the eagles game. the vice president will stands along 121 first responders during the national anthem. this is the first time vice president escrow biden is not participateing in a ceremony in new york or washington, d.c. or
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shenksville. house passed a bipartisan measure yesterday to u.s. victims of 9/11 can sue saudi arabia. the president is expected to veto it. 15 of the 19 hijackers from 9/11 were saudi nationals. two people were shot outside a football game in york, pennsylvania. people inside the stadium scrambled for cover as shots were fired in the parking lot. a witness said police saw men arguing excuse me me, told them to take the disputes elsewhere that's when the shooting started. >> i walked them out 50 yards away down the parking lot and all of a sudden there was gunshots. >> police have not reported any arrests as of yet. several people with the suspects at the time of the shooting are talk you can to police.
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eric frein will be sued by the trooper who was ambushed by him, he was shot outside his barracks in 2014, dixon died. for thefor thehis parents were e suit. he is a waiting trial. the menorah stolen from somerton section of philadelphia. was returned. we showed you the video of the man swiping the menorah. rabbi said he showed up for service in the morning and it was returned. no arrests have been made. children who live in abbos ford homes in philadelphia are getting up close and personal with the white house today. they left for a trip before dawn. >> what we're saying to them,
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no matter where you come from, you can achieve your dreams. >> the kids got a special invitation from the attorney at the u.s. department of justice, she is the former resident of abdomin aborts ford home and spoke to the children and told them how they can grow up after being in public housing. we're going one on one with coach matt rhule in the temple football play book next. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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so glad you stayed with us, temple is hoping to bounce back from a loss when they take on stoney brook at at the linc, dus rogers has more. >> reporter: welcome to another edition of temple football play book, alongside coach matt rhule, i'm ducis rogers. you have the stoney brooks sea wolves, we'll get to that in a second. we have to get past the loss on saturday, how have they done since that game. >> i think they have done a great job, understanding it is in the past and move forward and be a better team this week. >> reporter: walking around the athletic facilities, they see signs they want to know, what
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does that signify. >> it's a mindset each week in football we can't control what happened before, we want to know sunday through the game on saturday. it's an appropriate time to put the signs up and remind everybody this week we have a great opportunity to play a game and hopefully we can away 1-o you caught up with the players moving past that loss to army. >> what's the key to come back him. >> play with energy and passion, we have to be prepared. last week, we have to play with a lot of the more effort and energy. >> reporter: what was coach matt rhule's message to you after the army game. >> we felt we were out played, we have to go out there and play this week and win this week. >> >> reporter: what else the key to bouncing back from a disappointment the ways you suffered last week. >> just watching film and seeing what we did wrong, seeing
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what we can do right this weekend. it's all about the details. everything we do is about the we didn't do that last week, hopefully we do it this week. >> reporter: a loss like that gets in their head or lose their season or it inspires them how do you do it one way or the other. >> you focus on yourself, how can we get better, we focus on how to get better we'll have a good season. >> reporter: what's the coach as message. >> nobody is beating you, look at yourself. >> reporter: coaches say they learn about their team from losses, what did you learn from your players. >> i learned they want to win. there were a lot of guys, right here in the meeting room we watched the entire game as a team. a lot of guys stepped up and said i didn't do that right, i didn't do my job, they didn't protect themselves, they care about the team, as we move away
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from the game our guys realized it's the smallest details that can make it a win or loss. >> reporter: stony brook beat north dakota 13-9. a defensive battle. they are built on defense. >> they have a lot of players that we recruited or transferred back there or decided to go there. they have been been on defense for a long time, to beat north dakota was a testament to toughness. >> phil walker felt pressure against army, what concerns did you have there? >> you hit it on the head that's what they will do, they will bring pressure and disrupt us and create chaos. we have to make sure we don't have negative plays and not protect our quarterback, that requires everybody being on the same page. >> walker had three interceptions kind of out of the
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norm for him especially considered how good he was last season. >> anytime you throw three interceptions, your confidence is in jeopardy. he got to have to a hot start, one was a tip ball and the last two were in desperation it was the mode of the game. i think if he steps back and does what he does he will be just fine. >> as a team we have to pick it up as a group just to go out there and play with passion and energy, we are flat last friday night. expecting a lot of things to happen. we have to overlook that and be read to go this week. >> in the opener you did not have jihad thomas what's the status this week. >> i think he is out, maybe next week, is of right now he is out. >> reporter: who gets the brunt of the load. >> armstead, he didn't have a
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chance to get going in the second half, he only had two carries. we are hoping to get him in the rhythm and have the lead guy with david hood coming off injuries. armstead had a 77-yard touchdown in the game against army. let's hear from him about bouncing back. >> i've been putting lots of time in and watching film and making sure i'm ready for my opponent. >> stoney brook defense is good, how important is it for us to establish a running game. >> that will open up play action passes and big shots for all our receivers. me establishing a run game is important and crucial for this game. >> reporter: with jihad being out what kind of roll do you want him to have with the team. >> he is one who respects, and looks up, instead of sulking, he
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did a great job of coaching the young guys and talking about what he saw, there were things we can do better, that you can recognize right away. he showed leadership in willing to be vocal even though he didn't play in the game. you can't have too many leaders on the football team. >> reporter: coming up after this we'll take you inside a practice and listen to the one of the coaches mike duff. >> cherry guys over here, white guys, white team, over here, let's go! ♪
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♪ welcome back to temple football play book, ducis rogers alongside head coach matt rhule. again you have stoney brook at 1:00 p.m. they won their game against north dakota 4th quarter, blocked the punt for a touchdown. offense, defense, special teams, how important will special teams be this week? >> they will be vitally important. we had big moments where we kicked long field goals we blocked a punt. we have to clean up what we do, and recognize they are an aggressive team. they will come after you on special teams. for us to win the game we have
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to dominate the special teams against any one we play, especially stony brook. >> coaches are all fired up, it's the same way in practice, morgan siegfried has more on that. 6 different wide receivers recorded one catch in week one versus army. the show has the unit prepared. keep going man, let's go, let's go, keep it going, let's go. let's go, you know what i got to do, execute at a high level and take advantage of the moment, right? here we go! cherry guys are white here, white guys, white team over here. i told you where he need you, here go. don't stop my field contact. i want you to run through, you got a pad on, stay with them. somebody get it, go, go, strong
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hands, strong hands guys. here we go, snatch the ball out of the air, good job, next guy. there we go! good job, good job, nice nice nice, pull the rope, right, i'm here, pull the rope, moving in there, match it in there, great hand policement, great hand placement. here we go, go, there you go, good base now, good base, here we go, come on run out of there. you go to the back of the line, you got to be ready the moment you step on the field. no waisted reps. >> reporter: for temple football play book, i'm morgan siegfried.
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back to you guys. >> next week you guys go to penn state. it was a big game last year, it will be a big game this week how do you prevent your team from looking ahead, even though you're doing that right now. >> it's that one moment mentality we talked about. when you see stoney brook beat number 19 team in the country. so many of those kids we played against in high school we recruited and you're 0-1. more than anything our kids want to win at home in front of our family and friends. we had such a great crowd last week, we want to show them what temple football is all about. >> if you camp your players talking about the nittany lions, whams? >> i would be disappointed, everything is educational, you teach guys you win by what's happening at the moment. this week it's stoney brook. if i saw anybody looking ahead or back too much it's our job as
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coaches to stay in the moment. >> you can't predict the future or control the past, you can only be in the present. >> reporter: temple and stoney brook coming up at 1:00 p.m. at lincoln financial field. for temple play book, i'm ducis rogers along with head coach matt rhule.
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are at least 100 years old. the riders left atlantic city and traveling 400 miles all the way to san diego. >> i'm sure when they booked this month and months ago, september 10th it will be nice and cool out there. no we're in another heat wave. later this afternoon and into the evening hours if you're heading to chester for the philadelphia union game, it's going to be warm and humid, start time temperature, 94 degrees feeling like close to 100 and by the 90th minute we're down to 87. the weekend call from accuweather starts out like this, 88 degrees at the jersey shore, 97 in philadelphia, feeling like 102. in the poconos 83 degrees under a mostly sunny sky. turning cooler tomorrow, cold front slides through, all that humidity will be knocked out to sea. the 87 will be comfortable. look for clouds and sunshine later on. monday, 83. recent enforcing cold front arrives wednesday night, look at
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thursday and friday, 77, 79. >> 9:56. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, we're live as the nation marks the 15th anniversary of the september 11 a attack. special treat for philadelphia we'll tell you how you can see your first ever production of pour -- shakespeare. for gray hall, make it a great day! for chris sowers, i'm gray hall, marker make i meant.
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